Morgan Stanley appoints co-heads of China IB

The US bank is restructuring its China investment banking team to adapt to its new China strategy.

Morgan Stanley appoints co-heads of China IB

Morgan Stanley has named Richard Chen and Jing Qian as co-heads of its China investment banking business, according to two sources familiar with the situation.

Jing Qian joined the US bank in August as a managing director and head of China origination. She was previously co-head of China investment banking at Deutsche Bank. Qian has 15 years of experience advising a broad range of clients in a number of sectors.

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